March 7th Update:
The most needed supplies for Ukraine.
Dear Assumption Catholic Church and School families,
We continue to support the people of Ukraine and pray that peace may return to the region. If you are looking to donate, our church and school are collecting these items and monetary donations for humanitarian aid.
We are ONLY going to be accepting items from this linked list.
All donations can be dropped off at the school during an office hours or in the church hall for NEXT TWO WEEKS from 8 am – 8 pm.
For the monetary donation, you can write a check to Assumption Catholic Church, leave your donation at the school office or send it to our parish office at Assumption Church, 684 Alta Vista Pl, Perth Amboy, NJ 08861. All funds collected at the parish will be transferred to the Ukrainian Catholic Archeparchy of Philadelphia’s Humanitarian Aid Fund.
God Protect Ukraine and God Bless the United States of America!
The Metropolia of the Ukrainian Catholic Church that covers the territory of the United States invites you to make donations to the Humanitarian Aid Fund for Ukraine. This can be done as follows:
Write a check to the “Ukrainian Catholic Archdiocese of Philadelphia” and send it to the office at 810 North Franklin Street, Philadelphia PA 19123. Please write on the check “Humanitarian Aid Fund for Ukraine”;
You can also write a check to Assumption Catholic Church, leave your donation in the parish basket, drop it off at our parish office at 684 Alta Vista Pl, Perth Amboy, NJ 08861. All funds collected at the parish will be transferred to the Philadelphia Metropolia.
You can donate on the Philadelphia Archdiocese’s website www.ukrarcheparchy.us, and click on Donate through PAYPAL and select “WAR VICTIMS AND HUMANITARIAN CRISIS IN UKRAINE”;
Encourage local financial and other institutions to make contributions.
There are no small or large donations. But your donation can change someone’s life for the better. The Lord God will repay the happy donor a hundredfold. Pray for the people of the war victims! May the Lord bless you and our brothers and sisters in Ukraine!
Most Reverend Borys Gudziak
Archbishop of Philadelphia for Ukrainians
Metropolitan of Ukrainian Catholics in the United States
Most Rev. Andriy Rabiy